I can get behind this. I think there’s a particular struggle in the disparity between raising the visibility of a trans artist and supporting a rapist. As has been said, Luke’s been cut off at the knees from industry support, so there’s not the risk of him regaining power in nearly the same capacity. Does the increased visibility for a trans artist offset the share of coin given to Luke, particularly when he gets that share from non-trans artists by virtue of them working with him before we found out just how diabolical he was? This is all conjecture, more so something I’m interested in getting feedback on. Obviously the ideal scenario would be that she doesn’t work with Luke at all (and at this point I’m not sure it would even change the music given his superficial involvement), but we’re in a weird transition where she’s big enough to get major label offers but not big enough to face true industry shutout in a way that would force her hand. It’s just incredibly frustrating knowing that there are other options for her and she’s deliberately turned them down, but I also wonder if this ultimately has an expiration date because I can’t see her being satisfied with this level of success forever? There are just...a lot of moving pieces here very specific to the contemporary music landscape; I think more than anything the conversations here are a productive way of parsing through this.